Had some issues with the server motherboard which resulted in an eventual crash of the server during the backup. I have noticed that there are weird files being created at the root of the sys: volume I am unable to delete. They seem to be created at startup, they are usually something like _T-00004.TMP (the last number is incremented each time a new file gets created), and they are always 38,464kb in size. I can usually delete previous files, but here are always two active ones I cannot delete. They are consuming space on my sys: volume. I am unable to determine what creates them, why they are there, etc. Anyone else seen this before? I thought maybe they belonged to the backup program, but I removed it from the startup and these files still get created.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!